Public Comments

Public Comments: February 2005 – Demonstrated Consumer Risk due to Online Link Blocking by Fifty “Live ”Imposter” Domains Luring Consumers Away from the Official Free Credit Report Site

We request that the Federal Trade Commission take immediate steps to correct the credit bureaus’ implementation of the Web site As you know, Congress mandated that the credit bureaus create a central repository for consumers to access their credit report free of charge on a once-per-year basis.

Public Comments: July 2004 – Whois Task Force 1 Preliminary Report

The WHOIS database contains registry data for individuals and companies that have registered domain names. Many individuals who have registered domain names and who have put accurate information in the registry do not realize that this information is available to the public, and is used by marketing companies. The WPF supports creating a tiered access system to WHOIS data that will protect domain registrants’ sensitive personal information.